Kathrine Dickey youth congress

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Adventist Delegates For Youth Congress Selected Peggy Konzack, Roseburg will represent Winston and Roseburg and Kathy Dickey, Yoncalla and Kenneth McFarland. Roseburg, will represent Milo Academy at the Seventh-day Seventh-day Seventh-day Adventist Youth Congress June 21 to 25 in Atlantic City, N.J. Mrs. Konzack was picked as delegate delegate by the young people of the Roseburg and Winston Seventh-day Seventh-day Seventh-day Adventist churches. Kathy Dickey and McFarland are Milo students and will accompany the Milo choir on the trip. An active member of the Roseburg Roseburg Adventist church, Mrs. Konzack Konzack is deputy director of girls in the Pathfinder Club, a junior boys' and girls' club comparable to the Boy and Girl Scouts. - She will be accompanied by her daughter, Diane and Mrs. Florence Munroe and her daughter Cheryl as non-delegates. non-delegates. non-delegates. The Milo choir left last Tuesday for Atlantic City with several stops along the way planned. The group will visit such places as Chicago, Washington, D.C., New York City, National Park. Choir members have made a record of several sacred songs which will be on sale in the Roseburg area soon. Monev from sales will be used to help aetray traveling expenses. Approximately 15,000 Adventist youths from the fifty states and six provinces ot Canada are expected expected to attend the five-day five-day five-day par ley. Some 58 youths will attend from Oregon. In Atlantic City, famed resort and convention city on the Atlantic seaboard, delegates will partici pate in educational and career clinics, clinics, panel discussions, current mor al problems and means of coping with them, as well as other sessions of general interest to modern youth. In charge of the convention will be Theodore E. Lucas, of. Washington, Washington, D. C, world youth leader of the General Conference of Seventh-day Seventh-day Seventh-day Seventh-day Adventists, assisted by a corps of youth leaders from all over North America. The last such youth congress was held at San Francisco in 1953. This is the first time that such a con gress has been held in an eastern state.

Clipped from The News-Review21 Jun 1960, TuePage 5

The News-Review (Roseburg, Oregon)21 Jun 1960, TuePage 5
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